AirPods Pro How to use noise cancellation and Transparency mode

How to use noise cancellation and Transparency mode


Two of the most compelling features of AirPods Pro are definitely noised cancellation and Transparency mode. together we will detail three ways to switch between modes, also how to 


AirPods Pro How to use noise cancellation and Transparency mode
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customize your force sensors, configure noise cancellation with an AirPod Pro, and more.


AirPods Pro

Instead of pressing the earphones twice like the AirPods gen 1 and 2 for the controls, the AirPods Pro use compression of the force sensor integrated into the stem of each earpiece. A long press (Apple calls this a long press, but you really need two fingers) toggles between noise cancellation and Transparency mode, while single, double, and triple presses control the audio.

below are three ways to switch between noise cancellation, transparency, and deactivation, and how to customize your force transducers, including press speed and duration, and how to enable noise cancellation when use of a single AirPod Pro


AirPods Pro: How to use noise cancellation and Transparency mode


Option 1 Force Sensor long squeeze:

To switch between noise cancellation and Transparency mode, squeeze and hold one of the stems of your AirPods Pro earbuds until you hear a ding sound effect (you’ll feel/hear a soft click as well)


How to use noise cancellation and Transparency mode
How to use noise cancellation and Transparency mode

Option 2 Control Center:


  1. Open Control Center (swipe down from the top right corner on recent iPhones, up from the bottom on older ones)
  2. Long press on the volume slide (should be showing AirPods Pro)
  3. Toggle between noise cancellation, transparency, and off



Option 3 Bluetooth Settings:


  1. You can also access the same settings and more on your iPhone
  2. Head to Settings> Bluetooth> “i” next to AirPods Pro (make sure they’re connected)
  3. You can select Noise Control to change settings
  4. Below Noise Control, you can change if both AirPods Pro earbuds control noise cancellation/transparency or if one activates Siri
  5. You can also include “off” to be in the rotation with Noise Cancellation and Transparency when changing Noise Control with a Force Sensor squeeze


Additional features


  1. You can use noise cancellation when using only one AirPod Pro (h / t Panzarino)
  2. Head to Settings> Accessibility> AirPods
  3. Tap the toggle next to Noise Cancellation with One AirPod
  4. Further, you can change the squeeze (“press”) speed and hold duration needed to activate the Force Sensors


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